Encana donates $62,000 to NEAT

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The day also included a free barbecue, courtesy of the City of Dawson Creek, with Encana Community Relations representative Brian Lieverse on hand to man the barbecue, along with Dawson Creek City Councillors Cheryl Shuman and Duncan Malkinson.

The "It's a NEAT Wave" event took residents through a look at how they can help improve the health of local waterways, including demonstrations on water contamination, green cleaners and water use.

Encana's funding will go towards NEAT's various community projects in both Dawson Creek and Fort Nelson.

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